Ray Villeda Biography
Ray Villeda as of now works as a reporter at NBC 4 New York, he reports at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m., he began working here in June of 2015. Before, he worked as a reporter at KXAS, the NBC station in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Ray Villeda Age
Ray Villeda was born in Queens, New York United States. However, he hasnt disclosed details on his exact date and day of birth, research on this is ongoing, and will soon fill out this section.
Ray Villeda Height
Ray stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Ray Villeda Education
Ray received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and minors in Politics and Latin American Studies from Ithaca College. He did his first on-air broadcast on Syracuse’s NBC3 (WSTM-TV).
Ray Villeda Family
Ray has kept details on his parents and siblings away from the public eye, he enjoys keeping his personal life all to himself, however, review on this is being wheeled onwards and will update this part soon.
Ray Villeda Wife
Villeda despite being a public figure, has managed to hide details on his lovelife, however, research on this is going on and will be updated soon.
Ray Villeda Salary
Ray annually earns a salary of $68,456. This is in accordance with NBC 4 anchor’s/ reporter’s salaries.
Ray Villeda Net Worth
Ray’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Ray Villeda Career
Ray Villeda works as a weekday reporter at 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m. at NBC 4 New York, she commenced her work here in June 2015, she has reported on various high-profile stories for Tri-State viewers, he went to Dallas and delivered live updates on the ambush-style attacks which left five police officers dead in July 2016, then him being a part of NBC 4 New York’s team coverage of the Dallas attacks, led to him receiving a New York Emmy.
Before he worked in Dallas-Fort Worth at KXAS, the NBC station, during his tenure here, he earned himself two Emmys for on-camera live reports, and for general assignment stories. He also worked at CBS affiliate WFSB-TV in Dallas, while here his coverage of a major power plant explosion led to him receiving an award from the Associated Press and the Society of Professional Journalists.